Re: New packages.debian.org
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On Mon, 06 Mar 2006, Martin Schulze wrote:
Wolfgang Jeltsch wrote:
> Am Montag, 6. März 2006 18:29 schrieb Martin Schulze:
> > The Debian project happily announces the re-availability of the
> > packages.debian.org service on a new machine. The system has been
> > donated by Schlund + Parner where it is hosted as well. It is a
> > DualCore Opteron and only runs this service for Debian users and
> > developers.
> What does it mean that the machine runs this service only for Debian
> users and
> developers? How can the machine make sure that the person which
> accesses the
> machine is either a user or a developer of Debian?
It checks the User-Agent string.
And now, the important question: why are we doing this?
That was sarcasm.
" It [...] only runs this service for Debian users and developers."
should have been something like:
"This is the only debian user/developer service running on this machine"